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this race was a referendum on obama care. >> [ bleep ] insurance before sucked! >> this race came down to the wire, because of obama care. >> don't pretend that the old system was cocoon. we won't ever get old and we won't ever die. >> i feel tremendous! i'm ready to take on the world! ooh! >> that virginia understands that obama care is a failure, and although i lost -- >> let's dance! >> we hope to never hear the name cuccinelli again. >> that message will go out across america tonight. ♪ >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. the deceased owner of the oakland raiders, al davis, used to say "just win, baby. just win." he used to walk around practice biting his nails, because he was nervous about everything. but you knew what he wanted. he wanted the sick tree. the number one story in america over the past few weeks has been problems with obama care. you know, it's interesting. of all the voters in virginia last night, only 24% of them said that obama care was their number-one issue. you know what the number-one issue was? putting jobs first. terry minneso
is next. >>> another major delay for obama care and it just happens to push back the next round of enrollment past next year's elections. this is special report. >>> good evening, i'm sabrina in for bret baier. even if you believe in coincidence, our top story is a stretch. president obama decided to postpone next year's opening of health care signups ostensibly to give insurers and people more time to study options. the new date is after the -- chief white house correspondent ed henry has both sides. >> insuring that president obama and his fellow democrats will not have to defend a potentially messy 2015 health care enrollment right on the eve of the 2014 midterm elections, the administration today unilaterally declared sign-ups for the second round start on november 15th of next year. 11 days after the november 4th midterm elections instead of the originally planned october 15th date. republican charles grassley immediately cried foul. if premiums go through the roof the first year of obama care, no one will know about it until after the election. this is clearly a cynical po
presidency. >> i am not a perfect man and i will not be a perfect president. >> the obama care crisis, and the white house in retreat. >> we fumbled the rollout on this health care. >> democrats are in revolt as the clock is ticking on the government's website healthcare.gov. it does feel like the president is fighting on all fronts. his credibility is lower than ever before. and we don't know if obama care will even work. and how do you get young people to sign up for something they don't necessarily want? in a moment, i'll pose those questions to nancy pelosi, leader of the house democrats. plus, perspective and insights about the politics of obama care this morning. >>> plus, 50 years after jfk's assassination. there is still a lot of emotion surrounding that day, and we'll talk about that in just a moment. what if john kennedy had lived? would he have gotten civil rights laws passed, as he campaigned to do? and what about vietnam? what would he have done in vietnam? tom brokaw has produced a ground-breaking documentary called "where were you the day jfk died?" and tom is here to t
out in seattle. let me start with the job at hand. if you're president obama and want his presidency to proceed, what's the best way to gain control? get back on the side of americans that want to make life better with a better health care plan, a growing economy with progressive values. you focus on those who want those things opposed to those who like things the way they have been. you get people to choose not on a day to day but the big differences that separate obama from his right wing critics. and you build a team to sell it just as you must build a better team to govern this country starting with the execution of the affordable care act which puts accountability and transparency first. howard fineman is director for "the huffington post" media group and david corn from mother jones. howard, it's great to have you on and an important question. talk about the big picture president obama has been able to speak to the american people and tell a story. explain where we're headed and where we'd like to go and what we're up against and who we're up against. how does he do that starti
very closely also. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> obama goes on the offense. let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in miami. let me start tonight with this. president obama said he'd do it. he said he'd end this relentless push for war. he promised to get us home from afghanistan, promised most of all to abort a war with iran. and now he's gone and done it. and we've got the makings of a deal with tehran. to stop explosive conflict. he's done what he's promised. the total opposite of "w" and dick cheney and the neocons. thank god we're at least trying to do the right thing. and the biggest news is that elections do count. candidate obama said he'd change the direction of foreign policy. now he's done what he said he would. tonight we see the lines of battle on every front. obama's trying peace, the other side pushes towards war. obama's party is pushing for democracy in the u.s. senate, the other side hugs the filibuster and the ready chance for default. obama's trying to provide health care for the 40 million uninsure
>>> straight ahead, 39, that's not how many signed up for obama care, but it's no good news for the president. >>> down is up and left is right and dick cheney agrees with bill clinton? what? >> moving on to new legislation that has no chance of passing. what's up with that? >> i wish i knew, i'm abbi huntsman, the state of hawaii says aloha to marriage equality. no matter where you are, it's time for "the cycle." ♪ >> we do begin on a more serious note this hour. help us, that is the message thousands of typhoon survivors are saying as food and water and medicine has been slow to reach hard hit areas. aid has been arriving to the airport but getting it out to the city and local towns where roads are washed out and emergency crew killed has been quite difficult. it tops 2300 and at least two americans were among them. ian williams is in the philippines. ian, the flow of the aid as many people have commented seems frustratingly slow. what is being done to improve that flow of aid? >> reporter: ari, there is aid in country and there's plenty more on its way. the real problem
alert. the supreme court will take on obama care, the justices agreeing today to take up a lawsuit over one of the controversial parts of the law. the contraception man date. shannon bream is following it live in washington to tell us what is happening on this. >> reporter: bill, this is the second time the justices look at the health care law and how it is impacting employers and individuals in the count row. it is going to be on the court's calendar and be argued next march. this comes from the hobby lobby. the company said religious beliefs will be violated if they are forced to comply and requires employers to provide health coverage that includes all forms of contraception and even those that cause abortion. the court will combine the hobby lobby case with another employer who had a similar claim. the administration has no business forcing citizens to choose between making a living and living free. we trust that the supreme court will greechlt a government that forces citizens to participate in immoral acts like abortion drugs is a government everyone should fear. one of the inter
care act. everybody may not love obama but everybody loves affordable. and the -- i love them both. >> a lot of love in that room there. >> yes. >> the first question for you, talking to her, she's speaking to a branding challenge that a lot of democrats have had. they tried to embrace and pump up obama care but beyond the obama piece which she spoke to, isn't it also a problem that deeming it obama care makes it sound like a product rather than what it is, a set of rules and regulations and enter state funding. >> absolutely. also, there was a notion within the white house they should embrace and take the power out of it. but it is definitely turned back against them now that they are not going all over the website, it becomes a product they are being sold. this undercuts a lot of things that happened, they did not do a good job of telling people about the for instance, if you're a kid you can stay on your parents insurance and preexisting conditions and things like that. the law has already been in place and they have done a poor job of saying this is just one small part of this
on "the cycle." >>> we will get to last night's election results shortly. right now president obama is headed to dallas. he plans to thank obama care volunteers trying to he had indicate americans about their option. a quarter of texas residents are uninsured and texas famously declined to accept funding to accept medicaid. today in washington, the white house point person on ensuring the program works, kathleen sebelius was back on the hill. >> users are receiving far fewer error messages and time-outs. and we're now able to process nearly 17,000 reg strants per hour with almost no errors. for millions of americans, delay is not an option. people's lives depend on this. we discussed security as part of the overall operations on a regular basis with the operations team, but no one i would say suggested that the risk outweigh the importance of moving forward. >> let's go right to luke russert in washington. luke, not quite the same fireworks we saw during sebelius's first round of testimony, but what did you make of the oversight there today? >> that's to be expected. the senate is t
, everybody. >> welcome back to cnn's coverage of president obama awarding the presidential medal of freedom to 16 extraordinary americans, be including former president bill clinton. the honorees ranged from the former president to talk show host oprah winfrey and the late astronaut sally ride. this is also the 50th anniversary of the award, which was brought to the nation by president john f. kennedy 50 years ago. here with me eleanor, let's start with you, the clintons and obamas, this is a big day historically. after doing this ceremony, participating in the ceremony, the 50th anniversary of the medal of freedom, they are going to going to john f. kennedy's gravesite to pay homage to a president who forever be young and popular. i think it's fair to say this is a low point for president obama. president clinton had some low points of his own. he's now got extraordinary popularity. he's a democratic icon. republicans even like him. he's provided a life raft to the this president in the past. they need each other. there's a third person that will be joining them at the gravesite, hillary c
kennedy. it's deeply moving. barack obama loves the kennedy family. ted kennedy was his closest ally. if it wasn't for ted kennedy, it's not clear barack obama would have won in 2008 when he backed obama over hillary clinton. now you get the specter of the two titans of the democratic party, bill clinton and barack obama after being at an awards ceremony for the presidential medal now going there to together to pay respects. it's going to be a poignant moment and important moment. i think it's important i think to remember arlington and remember the flame, not just dallas and conspiracy theories on this 50th anniversary. >> and let me bring ennor clift into this part of the conversation. eleanor, as you take a look at this somber ceremony we're about to see, the laying of the wreath, playing of taps, no one's going to talk. they're just going to remember and reflect. what goes through your mind as you think about the 50 years later, if you will? >> this is a powerful democratic small d and big "d" tradition. you have jack kennedy which i think woke the country up and showed us all wh
's on me. >> president obama reeling over the disastrous start to his signature achievement. can obama care be fixed? can his presidency recover? or is this obama's political katrina? this morning, our special coverage, a presidency in crisis. including a key senator who may have her own eyes on the white house, new york's kirsten gillibrand. >>> and -- 50 years later, remembering jfk. all that and the powerhouse roundtable, right here, this sunday morning. >>> hello, again. i'm martha raddatz. great to have you with us. if second terms are about building a legacy this was an incredibly tough week for president obama, who this morning is still facing withering attacks on his signature legislative achievement health care reform. and more troubling for the white house, democrats are joining in. we have full coverage of the president's very rough week, let's begin at the white house where jonathan karl has the very latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: president obama has staked his legacy on the affordable care act, but now the flawed rollout threatens to undermine the foundation of his sec
obama care rollout may have hurt democrat terry mcauliffe and his race for governor but not badly enough to spell defeat. he survives a nasty slugfest with tea party republican ken cuccinelli by three percentage points. ooh he just squeaked by. we assembled a full roster of correspondents and analysts to walk us through the results and what they mean to the rest of the country. first up, state of virginia and candy crowley. welcome, candy. so obama care and the government shutdown surely factors in the virginia race but so were women. here is the winner, terry mcauliffe. >> the truth is that this election was never a choice between democrats and republicans. it was a choice about whether virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan tradition that has served us so well over the last decade, at a time when washington was often broken, just think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> so candy, in the end the tea party took a hit in virginia, but its candidate almost pulled out because of obama care. so how worried should the democrats be despite the
the obama 2o 12 playbook. he ran up the score especially in the washington suburbs. in suburb and richmond, democratic state senator easily beat the republican winning the contest by double-digits. the attorney general's race remains too close to call with 99% of the vote in. the democrat mark herring leads them by just over 600 votes. in virginia we do this in the attorney general races a lot these days. bob mcdonald had the nail biter like that. they can request a recount if it's less than 1% of the vote. we will see a rebound in that race. chris christie won reelection in a landslide with 60% of the vote in a state that the president won by 17 points. new york city will have the first democratic mayor in two decad decades. the 109th mayor by a big margin and they chose a progressive path. you got that right. in boston, marty walsh will precede the longest serving mayor. the city councilman with the support of organized labor. here's one should you know about. they -elected the first white mayor in nearly four decades. he ran on the financial turn around and defeated wayne county sheriff
early this morning. president obama ordered flags lowered at all government buildings to honor kennedy's memory. at this hour 50 years ago, president kennedy was in ft. worth on the third leg of a politically tricky texas trick. he was greeted like a rock star as he met the crowd outside the hotel texas that morning. >> there no faint hearts in ft. worth. >> what did you think of him? >> i thought he was very distinguished. >> i think he is just so distinguished and so intelligent and i'm so happy i got to see him. >> what are do you think of the president? >>. >> i think he's a wonderful man. >> after that the president and vice president johnson headed to a chamber of commerce breakfast. the first lady joined him. from there they headed to dallas. the kennedys were behind schedule when they landed at 11:44, but they took time to greet another unexpected crowd at the airport. the rain had just stopped and the secret service decided to take the bubble top off the limo. >> the president's car is turning on to elm street and it will be a minute before he arrives. it appears something has
." breaki breaking news on obama care. now extending the enrollment from december 15th to december 23rd in order to get coverage by january 15th. this just happening moments ago. yet another delay now for obama care. the administration postponing the 2015 enrollment period until after the midterm elections next year. that announcement came yesterday claiming it's going to give them more time to study their options. skepticism is running high on capitol hill that it's all about politics right now leaving white house press secretary jay carney on the hot seat scrambling to explain what the heck is going on. chief white house correspondent ed henry at the white house with more. ed, the white house is accused of playing politics with all of this shifting of dates, aren't they? >> that's right, gretchen. republicans like chuck grassley jumping on this and suggesting for the white house this far in advance to say they're pushing back enrollment for 2015 which was supposed to start in early do mid october of 2014 is not going to be pushed back to start in mid november of 2014. the white house
. valerie and david axlerod are obama's two key advisers, one a campaign manager, and the other manages everything else. barack obama, valerie, david all were born into the same communist left that i was, all trained in the communist left, all graduated to the new left which was formed by red diaper babies like myself with the same political agendas, and they've never left it, and how do i know that? because i'm someone who did leave. now, i will tell you, if you are part of a movement that you come to understand it is deceitful when you get out, you repudiate it and warn other people about it, and they, of course, haven't. this is a mentality, and you have to understand -- as i say, my parents call themselves progressives. leftists may be delusional, but they are not stupid. they understand that you don't telegraph your agendas because that turns people off. when i was young, stalin was alive, the slogan of the american communism party was -- it was not solve yet america dictatorship, take away the wealth, and distribute it to our friends. their slogan was peace, jobs, and democracy. t
're not going back. >> this race was a referendum on obama care. >> you go around and say a lot of biologically stupid things. >> the tea party isn't nearly as much fun as it sounds. >> you sent a message, virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan position. >> despite being outspent by an unprecedented $50 million -- >> a lot of cuccinelli supporters a little bit bitter. >> this race came down to the wire because of obama care. >> republicans out of virginia. >> thank you, new jersey, for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> i have never seen a more explicit launching of a presidential campaign. >> maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in -- >> hey, washington, look at me! >> i sought a second term to finish the job. now watch me do it. >> how long can a hot seat stay hot? >> madam secretary, i repeat my request for you to resign. >> the president heading to dallas tonight. >> i've got one more campaign in me. ♪ >>> as the election day dust settles, president obama is picking up the pace in what he calls his last campaign. to make sure the affordable care act works fo
cabin. this morning southwest tells its side of the story. >>> also, ads pitching obama care, college kids doing keg stands, flirty girls talking about getting birth control, and then there's this. >> you can keep your plan, you can keep your doctor, lower premiums for everyone! >> reporter: is this really the best way? >>> plus -- markets on a roll, your 401(k) soaring. you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining me. time is running out for the white house to try to fix one of obama care's biggest blunders, i'm talking about the inability of millions of americans to keep the health coverage they already have if they like it. top administration officials are headed to capital hill in a few hours to try to hammer out a possible fix. tomorrow house republicans plan to take a swing at that. in its first month fewer than 27,000 people signed up for health insurance through heal healthcare.ghealth karcare car care.gov. jim acosta and chris frates join me from washington. good morning to you both. jim, first of all who is going to this
's nuclear program. now word president obama has called benjamin netanyahu. wonder what that phone call was like. >> what was concluded in geneva last night is not a historic agreement. it's a historic mistake. >> strong words from our strongest ally in the middle east. israel wants war, specifically an end to uranium enrichment in iran. one topic not negotiated -- the fate of an american pastor. sitting in an iranian prison because of his christian faith. fox reports on the new outrage among people tirelessly working to bring him home. >>> and disgusting comments from a cable news host, slamming former v.p. nominee sarah palin simply because he does not share her opinions. and apparently no consequences for his hateful words. >> the networks condoning those types of statements because there's been no punishment of the fella who said these words, that's hypocrisy. >> tonight, governor palin responds publicly for the first time. >>> depending on with whom you listen, the tentative deal with iran to halt key parts of its controversial nuclear program is being called either an important fi
's down 5 points from last month. meanwhile over at the white house, the latest polls give obama higher approval numbers, still the lowest he had sense he became president. asked who they want to have more influence over if country, obama or republicans in congress, the answer was pretty much a wash. the holidays fast approaching, the end of 2013, beyond that, it raises the question of what will the parties be rung on in the 20 froen mid-terms. can they say? our job approval numbers are down, the american people are unhappy with us. pleads vote for us anyway. you are more unhappy with those guys. it seemed to work for democrats weeks ago when voters more than they embraced democrat harry mcauliffe. now republicans are convinced they have a winning negative message of their own thanks to the obama care rollout headaches. i guess i'll throw this open to the panel. if we had this discussion three weeks ago i would have been talking about the virginia governor's race a couple weeks ago, the fallout from the shutdown and the debt ceiling brinksmanship. they would have said, well, i haven't s
. president obama pressed senators on tuesday to hold off on imposing new sanctions in order to give diplomacy a chance. >>> more developments in the ongoing saga of rob ford. his top staffers officially reporting to the deputy mayor after city council stripped ford of mote of his power and after one highly rated episode, the embattled mayor's tv show, "ford nati nation" has been canceled. according to media reports, the infamous video of ford smoking crack may have been taken approximately a year ago. >>> home owners try to salvage what they can, looters are driving up to homes and trucks and making off with everything they can. police have imposed a curfew from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. >>> a dramatic life-saving rescue in british columbia. two hikers became lost. they had a cell phone and a signal and were able to call for help. the helicopter was able to drop down a 150-foot long line and pull them out. the rescuers say they would probably have never made it through the night. >> wow, look at that. >> look at that. >> they had equipment but they weren't particularly familiar with that terrain
and credibility with the public, which bush did in 2005 and president obama is now, they're toast. especially in their second term. really no history of a president in their second term having come down this far ever having come back up. >> the dream of obama care going down the toilet faster than the liquid plumber assist. that was for greg. >> so this new news that they decided they're going to delay the second year of the obama care signups, until two weeks after the midterm elections, i would say that's probably sleazy cheap politics as you get. >> it's not very subtle. >> they've been saying this isn't about politics. it's about policy. it's about providing health care. but then they pull this and you realize that's all they're doing. they're trying to save some face instead of realizing we made a mistake and we have to start over. >> no surprise this happened. we were predicting it. they weren't ready to go. and now this just seems like more and more a pipe dream. >> i think it spells out several things. when mark halperin says democrats are freaking out, i think if you look at the arti
," but first, another day, another obama care delay. this one pushing back the enrollment period until after the 2014 midterm elections. now, according to one journalist, the unraveling of the health care law is causing some liberals to, "freak out." >> i'm meeting liberals who are freaking out over what's going on because their dream of universal health care may be going down at the same time the president's popularity is going down, at the same time people's trust in him is going down. >> so where does the president go from here? if he loses his credibility, he's toast. >> he got through some tough times, because people liked him and trusted him. as soon as the president loses that competency and credibility with the public, which bush did in 2005 and president obama is now, they're toast. especially in their second term. there is really no history of a president in their second term having come down this far ever having come back up. >> okay. so the dream, eric, of obama care going down the toilet faster than the liquid plumber assist. that was for greg. >> so this new news that they deci
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to establish a storyline that republicans are intent on obstructing president obama's judicial nominees. that storyline patently ridiculous in light of the facts and utterly absurd suggestion in light of the facts. before this current democratic gamut to fill up the d.c. circuit one way or the other, the senate had confirmed 215, 215 of the president's judicial nominees and rejected two. that's a 99% confirmation rate. 215 confirmed and two rejected. 99%. look, if advise and consent is to mean anything at all occasionally consent is not given. but by any objective standard senate republicans have been very, very fair to this preside president. we've been willing to confirm his nominees. in fact, speaking of the d.c. circuit we just confirmed one a few months ago 97-0 to the d.c. circuit. so i suggest our colleagues take a time out. stop trying to jam us, work with us, instead to confirm vacancies that actually need to be filled which we have been doing. this rules change rate has gone from being a biennial threat to an annual threat, now to a quarterly threat. how many times have we bee
on the security pact with the u.s. hamid karzai told the group that barack obama sent him a letter assuring him the security pact is in afghanistan's interests and said u.s. troops will enter afghan homes only in exceptional circumstances. >> in pakistan a suspected u.s. drone hits a religious school in the north-west of the country. six were killed. the u.s. says the school is controlled by the haqqani group, linked to the taliban. secretary of state john kerry says counter talks offer the best chance in a decade on iran's nuclear program. six world powers will continue talks on tuesday. >> back in geneva, less than two weeks after the last talks stalled. the e.u. official in charge of foreign affairs, catherine ashton - an interim deal on iran's program seemed close. pressures, constraints on both sides have been growing since they were last here. in tehran, in a tell voiced address the man in charge supports the talks. there are red lines he will not allow negotiators to cross. >> translation: i insist that the rights of the nation be preserved, including the nuclear rights. >> last time aro
amid accusations that all of this was done just as a ploy to sweep obama care's problems under the rug. >> the action taken by leader reid in the senate is unrelated to the implementation of the affordable care act. it is related to the historic obstructionism that senate republicans have engaged in by any metric, any metric you put forward, including the rather remarkable one that of the 23 d.c. district court nominees that have been filibustered -- >> it was a brazen partisan abuse of power and designed to do a couple of things. number one, to change the topic. the democrats want to talk about anything other than the millions of people who are hurting because of obama care. >> janine join us. richard goodstein is also with us. democratic political consultant, former advise to president clinton's presidential campaign. the timing is curious, if not suspect. do you think there's a correlation, a deliberate diversion away from the debacle? >> it's taken all i cannot just to laugh here. this is really unfortunate because hard working americans are the ones being harmed by the failures of
's pattern of obstruction, it just isn't normal. >> president obama speaking just months ago about a huge day in the divided u.s. senate. >> under the precedent set by the senate, today, november 21, 2013, the threshold for cloture on nominations not including those to the supreme court of the united states is now a majority. that is the ruling of the chair. >> democrats, the majority party, have officially altered the way the chamber has operated for more than two centuries. they changed filibuster rules to end the 60-vote threshold on judicial nominees except those to the u.s. supreme court. it stems from the republicans repeatedly filibustering the nominees. ahead of today's actions fireworks on the senate floor. >> the american people believe the senate is broken. and i believe the american people are right. and the united states has wasted an unprecedented amount of time on procedural hurdles and partisan obstruction. as a result, the work of this country goes undone. this is not about democrats versus republicans. this is about making washington work regardless of who's in the white hou
. the interesting thing, among many interesting things in the book, we talk about obama/walker voters in the end. there were literally one of six voters in my state who voted for me who planned to vote for barack obama which politically doesn't make a lot of sense. >> in the recall? >> in the recall they voted for me, then they were planning a few months later in 2012 to vote for the president, which we talk about in the book, the reasons for that. because in both cases, to that middle undecided voter, we made the case based on leadership and they were hungry for it. >> let's talk about something you have been outspoken about recently, the affordable care act, obama care. you don't care for it. you think it's bad but in your home state, you are trying to do your own health care reform, badger care, and critics have said that you're trying to have it both ways because one of the ways you make badger care work is by having 80,000 people currently on medicaid go into obama care. so what do you say to critics who say you can't have it both ways, you are either for or against it but you can't be agai
of president obama's judicial contaminations moving forward. >> dell, republicans block these nominations, and democrats are furious. they say they are non-controversial amroi non-controversial -- appointments. take a listen to senator reid. >> during this congress, the 113th congress, the united states has wasted an unprecedented amount of time on procedural hurdles and partisan obstruction. as a result, the work of this country goes undone. congress should be passing legislation that strengthens our economy, protects american families. instead we're burning wasted hours and wasted days between filibusters. >> so the nuclear option means it would take the simple majority to overcome this filibuster threat. you think about senator rand paul doing a marathon talk session on the senate floor. often it is just the threat of a filibuster that holds up something. this is getting a bit of a derisive response from republican, both because they thought senator reid has been bluffing, but also because they say he is trying to change the conversation from healthcare to this. >> in other words they
and is often treated with drugs or therapy. >>> well, the massive problems with obama care continuing to take a serious toll on the president's approval ratings. take a look at this. according to a brand-new cds poll, 37% of americans say that the president is doing a good job, but the majority, 57%, think just the opposite. all of this coming as more and more of the president's fellow democrats in congress continue to break ranks with the white house and join forces with republicans in calling for big changes to the affordable care act. charlie hurt joins us, a columnist for "the washington times" good to see you. >> good to be with you, gregg. >> in your column, you expose the president and accuse him of trampling the document. let me quote you, presidents don't get to write new laws on a whim, presidents don't get to refuse to negotiate with congress on financial matters because the president doesn't like what congress has been urgently instructed to do by voters. charlie, is he guilty of all of those things? >> absolutely, gregg. i think we saw two weeks ago, it was on a friday before yes
of president obama's nominees to the ac circuit court of appeals. the move short-circuits filibusters on most presidential nominees except for those from the u.s. supreme court. >> most important and most dangerous restructuring since thomas jefferson wrote them. >> enough is enough. they american pupils as ness is too important to keep falling prey day after day to washington politics. >> we are approaching a slippery slope that will destroy the very unique aspect of this institution called the united states senate. >> i'm wondering if senator mccain has a point. will the senate begin to resemble the house? rex it will. you will see a marked increase in partisanship. filibuster was not used and the republicans have abused it and overused it and trivialized it. and the great civil rights fight of 1964, the difference between then and now was found in the boat. they were 29 votes to keep the filibuster. keep it going. ofinst the civil rights act 1964. 24 of those were cast i democrats. the parties were not polarized. they are now polarized. you have a senate majority. would be the law of unint
. >> the latest tactic from the obama administration is blaming the insurance companies for the obamacare chaos. karl rove and i will analyze. ♪ joy to the world ♪ the lord has come. >> another one by thes the dust after megyn he kelly and i school district they reversed themselves. ms. megyn will be here tonight. >> i am today announcing my candidacy. >> far left movie director oliver stone says he refuses to watch my movie "killing kennedy this wow. that might be good news. >> when does it all end, huh? how much is enough? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. more excuses about obamacare. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the latest is all the chaos is being caused by the health insurance companies. >> the insurance companies that chose to strip away benefits from existing plans in the interim that cancelled existing plans in the interim. you know, they took away that grandfathering opportunity. and that's a reality. >> oh, but according to the "the wash
president obama is a socialist, marxist who doesn't understand capitalism. that's funny. in reality here's what wall street said about that today. >> we are finishing very strong. we will be in record territory for the dow industrial. we didn't see that coming 15 minutes ago. >> that's right. yet another record high on wall street. since president obama came into office, key stocks have soared more than 7,000 points. they're up 90%. and today we got another strong jobs report. 200,000 jobs were created in october. that makes 44 consecutive months of private sector job growth. a remarkable turnaround from the bush recession. and the president did it all with republicans trying to block him every step of the way. even shutting down the government. today he went to the port of new orleans and called out the gop for trying to put the brakes on the economy. >> some folks in washington tried to shut down the government and default on america's obligations for the first time in 200 years. it's like the gears of our economy, every time they are just about to take off, suddenly somebody taps the
negotiationes with iran. president obama of course does not share his feelings. we are told the two men spoke about this today for about a half an hour. the president ensured netanyahu that there will be throughout the negotiations. the terms are iran has to scale back nuclear material and allow inspectors and monitors. in return for some of the tough interaction inial sanctions that hurt iran's economy, well, they will go away. iran's president went on television today calling the deal a win for his negotiators. iranian people tell cnn that they see this as an opportunity to improve relations with the west. the iran nuclear deal is getting mixed reviews from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. live in washington, d.c., tory, washington, d.c. lawmakers are not shy about giving their opinion about this deal, are they? report not at all. so yes, this is a tough spot for the president to be in, but it is also one for members of congress and one of the key factors driving some of them is support for israel. take a listen to chuck schumer. he is playing around with the idea of trying to lobby mo
>> our top stories we are following president obama will be in san francisco today. we'll tell you what his plans are as he visits the city by the bay. >> a woman jumps off the upper deck at sundays raiders game. the latest on the investigation.and the condition of the good samaritan who tried to break her fall. plus. the knockout game - >> where thugs sucker-punch an innocent victim. we look into whether that dangerous trend is happening here in the bay area. >> we have thanks and giving thursday just a down road. we would now have a look at the weather. we are starting out with clear skies and we do expect cold conditions especially for the north. we may also have morning frost developing. for the afternoon will have a lot of sunshine. tomorrow it will be partly sunny. it will be a little milder and then on wednesday, change is coming. will have an increasing clouds. i will lecher know if we will receive showers for a thanksgiving day. 40 degrees for oakland and san jose is waking up to 43 degrees to the north, where seen the coldest regions. 36 anin novaoto. we talked about the
'm not a perfect man and i will not be a perfect president. >> an apology and a proposed fix. can it save obama care? i'll talk to an insurance industry insider who says the president's plan could destabilize the market and make matters even worse. >>> plus, debating the obama care debacle. congresswoman michele bachmann getting ready to square off against paul begala. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> it's a snowballing debacle that has the white house under fire and under pressure from all sides right now. today, president obama took center stage accepting blame for the crisis plaguing obama care and offering a fix for one of the most controversial provisions that's resulted already in millions of people having their insurance plans canceled. but it's far from certain whether the president's fix will work. some say it could make matters even worse. our senior white house correspondent brianna keilar begins our coverage this hour. brianna, tell our viewers what the president said. >> reporter: first off, president obama was extraordinarily candid as he addressed his broken
to joe and everybody else. >>> we have new polling shoeing the flawed obama care website can't get fixed fast enough for the president. it really can't. according to new cbs news polls, 61% have a negligence via view of obama care. president obama has 32% of americans approving of the way he's handling health care. that's his lowest rate judging. the poll finds 31% believe problems with the website are an isolated issue however 63% think signs of more widespread problems to come. overall just 15% of voters think obama care will help them. 39% say it will do more harm than good. mark halperin, i don't want -- i know what will happen if i am too forceful with this argument but this is in the middle of all the glitches. >> i will tell you without being i hhype hyperbollic big supporters of the law are concerned if poll numbers turn quickly it may be difficult for the president to talk about the positive aspects of the law. it's a crisis that needs to be addressed on substance and on politics and you can see in the white house they are trying to balance being optimistic with recognizing ther
, but the obama administration is warning partners not to encourage a push to health care not to. this for a website fixed still won't be sufficient. health and human services changing small business enrollment. wendell goler has our report. >> under other circumstances, president obama may not have been happy with the distraction. and with problems persisting, the thanksgiving holiday was welcomed. the big push to have a lot of people trying to enroll the first week of december has been put on hold and one official says that we want to see how traffic is the first week before we suggest that people do campaign efforts. >> the website, they are saying can handle 50,000 users concurrently. which is far less than what they originally anticipated which may or may not be active. the. >> officials also announced a one-year delay so they can still enrolllthem on the phone and in person. and in a telephone conference call, a spokeswoman suggested that there will still be glitches and sign-ups after november 30. >> it is not a magical number. there are times when it just doesn't perform
the obama care mess as the president uses yet another executive declaration in what critics are calling an attempt to protect his party from the unpopular law. welcome, everyone. for weeks this administration has gotten hammered for the millions of insurance cancellation notices sent out to the american people. so far our tally puts it at 5.5 million people who have received notice their policies are being canceled. and today we get word that the administration is changing the game now for next year. instead of people signing up for year two coverage, next october, learning what they can get and cannot get and how much it will cost them right before the midterm elections, open enrollment is suddenly being pushed back a month until after the midterm elections so people won't know what they can and cannot get and how much it'll cost them until after they go and vote on whether certain house members and senate members are going to keep their jobs. now the administration insists that politics has nothing to do with -- what? politics, no! critics are not as sure. and this news comes one day
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